Monday, August 23, 2010

Palamaram Ashram and Cave, on Aruanchala by karthigainathan


Exploring Arunachala, Carol and I came across another cave, one under a rock that has a shrine and ashram built around it. We were told by the Arunachala Mountain Guide, Saran, who grew up near this spot, that this is called Palamaram Ashram and is ‘generations’ old and has been run by one family for these generations. Palamaram is the Tamil word for ‘jackfruit’ (but we did not see a jackfruit tree). The guru who was most recently active here, per Saran, was Palamaram Swamy, who was here for 40 years and for the last 15 years has been in the Himalayas. He said the Ashram is presently handled by Srinivasam.

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Thiruvannamalai has the honour of providing an abode for saints such as Arunagirinathar,Vitpatchathevar, Gugai Namachivayar, Guru Namachivayar, Deivasigamani, Arunachala Desikar, Mahan Seshadri Swamigal, Bagawan Ramana Maharishi, Sri Yogi Ram Surathkumar and the like.



Thiruvannamalai Sidda's Inspire

Thiruvannamalai siddhar

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Thiruvannamalai siddhar

Arunachala Shiva

Thiruvannamalai siddhar

Thiruvannamalai siddhar


Pancha Mukha Darshan (Five Faced Vision)

Arunachala mountain

Thiruvannamalai Girivalam temple

Shiva temple Routes

Vinayagar Temple

Agni Lingam

Sri Yogi Ram Surathkumar

Tiruvannamalai girivalam